Roschier Attorneys advise Sibanye-Stillwater on €146 million takeover of Keliber Oy

Roschier Attorneys advise Sibanye-Stillwater on €146 million takeover of Keliber Oy

The South African mining group will pay cash to increase its stake in Keliber Oy, the Finnish battery lithium hydroxide company, from 30.29% to 50% plus one share. 

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            ▪ Roschier Attorneys advise Sibanye-Stillwater on €146 million takeover of Keliber Oy

▪ The South African mining group will pay cash to increase its stake in Keliber Oy, the Finnish battery lithium hydroxide company, from 30.29% to 50% plus one share. 

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/812632/roschier-attorneys-advise-sibanye-stillwater-on-e146-million-takeover-of-keliber-oy/

The South African mining group was advised by Helsinki-based law firm Roschier Attorneys and relied on its in-house teams for the financial part.

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